For the holidays this year, some of our fellow #edtech experts are sharing lots of wonderful tech tips and tricks in the form of calendars, 12 days christmas and such. I’ve listed just a few, but they cover enough tools, tips, tricks to keep you busy for quite a while.
12 Days of Tech-Mas 2017
Eric Curts (@ericcurts) is sharing a wealth of great tips and ideas in his 12 Days of Tech-Mas 2017 series on the always awesome CTRL-ALT-ACHIEVE blog. I challenge you not to start humming along as you work through the lists. Some examples : 7 Helpful Hacks and 6 Wintry Wonders
A to (almost) Z
Jen Giffen (@virtualgiff) did a wonderful A to (almost) Z series of daily tech tool posts in November for NaNoWriMo. What a feat! Some examples: M is for Mystery Skype & Hangouts and P is for Pocket
Click and Learn Digital Calendar
Shelly Terrell (@ShellTerrell) created a nifty Click and Learn Digital Calendar with ThingLink and is writing a new post every day with lots tech tools and tips. Examples: 10 Web Tools and Apps for Creating Screencast Videos and 11 Comic Creation Web Tools and Apps. She also includes directions for creating your own ThinkLink based learning calendar.
Do you know of any other holiday tech calendars that I’ve missed? You can be sure I’ll be mining all these great lists and resources as I continue to update our 2017-18 Cool Tools for School online workshop lesssons!